Kiliç, Zülküf
September 2009
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2009, Vol. 13 Issue 41, p1
Academic Journal
When we look at Baki's qasidas, we can say that in addition to form and the relation between form and meaning, the form constitues an integrity particularly with traditional Turkish music in the ghazels. Because qasidas are written for the others, enthusiasm, mental dullness, and sometimes paralysis outweigh. This case can be seen in Baki. When the ghazels in his qasidas are compared with the other sections, we see that ghazels are of beter in terms of poetry. The fact that the eulogy parts are not enogh in number might be an evidence of the fact that Baki was already well-known in Anatolia we can see that Baki's character filled with desine and his adventure of life.


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